Sunday, August 26, 2007
Norman the Neo-Nazi is Homeless - or at least Officeless
2. The Danger and Harm from "Wind Power":
DER SPIEGEL 34/2007 - August 20, 2007
The Dangers of Wind Power
By Simone Kaiser and Michael Fr.hlingsdorf
2. Nazi Norman - David Irving's leading Jewish groupie - gets kicked out
of his office:
Prof. Finkelstein - Professor Budde has informed me that you have asked
for office space for your books. We do not have office space assigned to
you for the coming academic year. I will look into whether we can make
space available for you and either I or Professor Budde will get in touch
with you next week with more information.
In the meantime, you will not have access to your old office space. To the
extent that you left personal belongings in your old office space, we can
discuss a plan for their return to you when I get in touch with you next
week. You should not plan on moving into any office space tomorrow, as
that option is not available to you.
I will contact you next week with more information.
Dr. Charles (Chuck) Suchar
Professor and Dean
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Vincent dePaul Professor
Office of the Dean
990 W. Fullerton Ave. Office#4207
Chicago, IL. 60614-3298
Phones: (773) 325-7305
fax: (773) 325-7304
Citation from Nazi Norman on Counterpunch recently:
'Hilberg reserved even greater contempt (and loathing) for Lucy
Dawidowicz, author of the highly touted The War Against the Jews. Here it
can be said that his verdict was faultless. During the heyday of the
Holocaust religion in the 1970s-1980s, Dawidowicz was its designated high
priestess. The problem was that, as Hilberg brutally demonstrates in his
memoir, she got the most elementary facts wrong. I once asked my late
mother, who survived Maidanek concentration camp, about Dawidowicz's
depiction of all the Jews in the ghettos and camps furtively staying
faithful to their religion until their final steps into the gas chambers.
"When I first entered my block at Maidanek, all the women inmates had
dyed-blond hair," my mother laughed. "They had been trying to pass as
Gentiles." The shocking accounts of Jewish corruption that could be found
in conveniently forgotten memoirs like Bernard Goldstein's The Stars Bear
Witness were deleted in Dawidowicz's fantasy..
'Mention of Irving's name didn't evoke howls of indignation or torrents of
abuse from Hilberg. Instead he recognized Irving's impressive apprehension
of some of the subject matter, although qualifying it--with a touch of
snobbery--as "self-taught," and speculated that his preposterous
statements sprung less from anti-Semitism than love of the spotlight. Of
Holocaust denial in the Arab world Hilberg observed that "they are as
confused about the West as we are about them," while he casually dismissed
the Holocaust denial conference in Teheran as "needless difficulty and
trouble," and said he was "not terribly worried about it."'
All the more reason why Hilberg deserved to be punched in the face.